Kevin Brennan

Kevin Brennan is the Labour MP for Cardiff West, and has been an MP continuously since 7 June 2001. He currently undertakes the role of Shadow Minister (Victims and Sentencing).

APPG officer roles

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

Officer Roles are drawn from the latest edition of the Register of APPGs. To see the latest edition of the register, go to Published Register of APPGs.

Banning Trophy Hunting
To secure a comprehensive and properly-enforced UK ban on all trophy hunting imports, and for Britain to be a global leader in helping to end trophy hunting.
To encourage debate and engage in discussion about all elements of the BBC, including the BBC World Service and the BBC’s role within the creative industries.
Vice Chair
Channel 4
To provide a forum for discussion of Channel 4's content, strategy and contribution to public service broadcasting in the UK, as well as wider relevant regulatory issues.
Vice Chair
To represent the views of independent festivals across the UK and support the industry in Parliament.
Vice Chair
Intellectual Property
To debate and highlight the value of intellectual property and the importance of its promotion and protection. The Group meets several times a year on topical issues relating to intellectual property.
Vice Chair
Internet, Communications and Technology
To further understanding of policy issues affecting the internet, communications and technology sectors between parliamentarians, the industry, consumer groups, academia and other relevant and diverse stakeholders.
Vice Chair
To promote the country of Jamaica.
To provide a discussion forum between the music industry and parliamentarians.
Chair & Registered Contact
National Trust
To apply parliamentary scrutiny to the operational and strategic direction of the National Trust.
Vice Chair
Performers' Alliance
To work alongside the unions of the Performers' Alliance - Equity, the Musicians' Union and the Writers' Guild of Great Britain - to raise issues affecting performers and writers across the arts community and to provide a forum for issues relating to arts and culture policy.
To promote good relations between the parliaments and peoples of the UK and Spain.
To support the resilience and relevance of theatre in the UK for audiences, society and the industry. To identify and debate potential opportunities and issues for theatre in the UK. To support parliamentarians' understanding of the theatre and performing arts industry at a national and local level.
Vice Chair
Ticket Abuse
To promote and provide a forum for the discussion of issues relating to the sale and resale of tickets, for events, with a particular focus on devising solutions to the problem of ticket touting.
Vice Chair